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The generous support of CLALS partners plays a vital role in facilitating the Center's mission to advance and disseminate state-of-the-art research on Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latinos in the United States.

For more information on any of the follow areas, or to make a gift to CLALS, please contact Alexandra Vranas, Program Coordinator, at (202) 885-6173 or

We appreciate donors of all levels who enable us to strengthen current and future initiatives. Make Your Gift Online Today!

AULA Blog Fund

The AULA Blog aspires to stimulate fresh thinking and creative debate about Latin American public affairs and U.S.-Latin American relations by providing a space for concise, timely, and cutting-edge analyses of unfolding developments and long term trends. This fund supports the costs associated with producing the blog.

Director's Fund

Partners provide valuable resources to maintain and expand Center projects year after year. Unrestricted gifts provide the Director with the discretion to put your money where it is needed most.

Research Development Fund

The Research Fund supports all facets of CLALS-sponsored faculty and student research throughout the U.S. and Latin America, including travel and participation in scholarly conferences. It also allows CLALS to collaborate with internationally renowned scholars, rising stars in academia, and respected practitioners to pursue research with long-term local and regional impact.

Latino Public Affairs Fund

Recognizing the dynamic role of Latinos in U.S. public life, the Center convenes academics, practitioners, policy experts, students, and other stakeholders to address key questions and topics of concern for Latinos. Each year the Latino Public Affairs Forum focuses on a significant public policy domain that is both impacted by and important to Latino communities in the U.S.

Country and Regional Initiatives

Country and Regional Initiatives allow the Center to consolidate and expand interdisciplinary research projects related to specific settings in Latin America. Current priorities include Brazil, Mexico, Central America, and Cuba.

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